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23rd May '16 5:08:02 PM Midna
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* Every character that isn't the PlayerCharacter [[spoiler:or Chara, the other fallen human]] in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' is a monster, and while their designs vary, this trope is generally in effect for monsters of both genders, particularly for major characters. Undyne is basically a female human with scales, fangs, and a few fins (she also has an EyepatchOfPower and a long red ponytail) and Dr. Alphys is a dorky, anime-obsessed bipedal yellow lizard with NerdGlasses and a LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine. Muffet is a spider-girl who resembles a grey-skinned humanoid girl in a Victorian tea-party outfit with extra limbs, eyes, and CuteLittleFangs. On the male side we have Papyrus, a goofy skeleton dressed in an elaborate costume, and his lackadaisical brother Sans. Both Toriel and [[spoiler:Asgore]] are older than usual for this trope--both are basically middle-aged--but resemble tall goat-like humanoids with friendly faces and white fur, and both have their fans in-universe and out. Mettaton seems to defy this, as despite being the underground's closest thing to a sex symbol he's just a boxy robot who is little more than a [=TV=] screen on a wheel, [[spoiler: but his alternate forms are androgynous robo-{{Bishonen}}s.]]

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* Every character that isn't the PlayerCharacter [[spoiler:or Chara, the other fallen human]] in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' is a monster, and while their designs vary, this trope is generally in effect for monsters of both genders, particularly for major characters. Undyne is basically a female human with scales, fangs, and a few fins (she also has an EyepatchOfPower and a long red ponytail) and Dr. Alphys is a dorky, anime-obsessed bipedal yellow lizard with NerdGlasses and a LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine. Muffet is a spider-girl who resembles a grey-skinned bluish-purple-skinned humanoid girl in a Victorian tea-party outfit with extra limbs, eyes, and CuteLittleFangs. On the male side we have Papyrus, a goofy skeleton dressed in an elaborate costume, and his lackadaisical brother Sans. Both Toriel and [[spoiler:Asgore]] are older than usual for this trope--both are basically middle-aged--but resemble tall goat-like humanoids with friendly faces and white fur, and both have their fans in-universe and out. Mettaton seems to defy this, as despite being the underground's closest thing to a sex symbol he's just a boxy robot who is little more than a [=TV=] screen on a wheel, [[spoiler: but his alternate forms are androgynous robo-{{Bishonen}}s.]]
18th May '16 3:53:48 PM Midna
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*** One may cynically note that the male Espers in ''VI'' are monstrous and highly varied, but the female Espers are all attractive half-naked women, maybe with wings or blue skin if you're lucky. Terra's unusually monstrous by the standards of female Espers.
4th May '16 8:43:34 PM nombretomado
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* A rare male example comes up in ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}''. All the goblins are diminutive, monstrous creatures with wart infested skin and bizarre bone structures... except for their king, Jareth, who just looks like DavidBowie [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment with make up on]] (and ''[[MrFanservice and very very tight pants]]'').

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* A rare male example comes up in ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}''. All the goblins are diminutive, monstrous creatures with wart infested skin and bizarre bone structures... except for their king, Jareth, who just looks like DavidBowie Music/DavidBowie [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment with make up on]] (and ''[[MrFanservice and very very tight pants]]'').
4th May '16 4:03:06 AM captainpat
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* While the regular Comicbook/IncredibleHulk is generally seen as a berserk, hideously muscular, unintelligent monster when in Hulk form, ComicBook/SheHulk is just a somewhat larger, stronger, greener version of her human counterpart. The whole thing doesn't seem like too big a deal, and many would even consider her monster form sexier, in a cave girl sort of way (if cave girls dress like a New York fashion plate, that is). Originally, the explanation was that an individual mutated by gamma rays subconsciously determines their transformed appearance; the Hulk transforms into a hulking angry brute because of Bruce Banner's repressed anger, the Abomination transforms into a hideous freak due to his inner self-loathing, and She-Hulk transforms into an AmazonianBeauty because of her subconscious desire to look like the ideal woman. (We all know [[{{Fanservice}} the real reason]], though.)

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* While the regular Comicbook/IncredibleHulk is generally seen as a berserk, hideously muscular, unintelligent monster when in Hulk form, ComicBook/SheHulk is just a somewhat larger, stronger, greener version of her human counterpart. The whole thing doesn't seem like too big a deal, and many would even consider her monster form sexier, in a cave girl sort of way (if cave girls dress like a New York fashion plate, that is). Originally, the explanation was that an individual mutated by gamma rays subconsciously determines their transformed appearance; the Hulk transforms into a hulking angry brute because of Bruce Banner's repressed anger, the Abomination transforms into a hideous freak due to his inner self-loathing, and She-Hulk transforms into an AmazonianBeauty because of her subconscious desire to look like the ideal woman. (We all know [[{{Fanservice}} the real reason]], though.)
3rd May '16 5:13:45 AM pinkdalek
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*** One may cynically note that the male Espers in ''VI'' are monstrous and highly varied, but the female Espers are all attractive half-naked women, maybe with wings or blue skin if you're lucky. Terra's unusually monstrous by the standards of female Espers.
27th Apr '16 2:29:08 AM erforce
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* Ruby from ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes'', both original and remake.

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* %%* Ruby from ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes'', both the original ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes1977'' and remake.[[Film/TheHillsHaveEyes2006 its remake]].
24th Apr '16 2:06:15 PM NintenFan98
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** Four characters fall under this trope in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates''. The first and second of which are the playable Avatar (especially if female) and Kana (especially if female, which requires the Avatar to be Male), similar to the manakete in that they are half dragon. The remaining two are [[{{Kitsune}} Selkie]] and [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Velouria]] (along with their fathers), each exclusive to Hoshido and Nohr (respectively) and both being available in the third path.

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** Four Five characters fall under this trope in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates''. The first and second of which are the playable Avatar (especially if female) and Kana (especially if female, which requires the Avatar to be Male), similar to the manakete in that they are half dragon. Another dragon named Lilith appears. The three of them look [[OurDragonsAreDifferent very different]] from how usual dragons do. The remaining two are [[{{Kitsune}} Selkie]] and [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Velouria]] (along with their fathers), each exclusive to Hoshido and Nohr (respectively) and both being available in the third path.
23rd Apr '16 12:25:24 PM NintenFan98
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** Three characters fall under this trope in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates''. The first of which is the playable Avatar (especially if female), similar to the manakete in that they are half dragon. The remaining two are [[{{Kitsune}} Kinu]] and [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Velour]] (along with their adult male counterparts), each exclusive to Hoshido and Nohr (respectively) and both being available in the third path.

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** Three Four characters fall under this trope in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates''. The first and second of which is are the playable Avatar (especially if female), female) and Kana (especially if female, which requires the Avatar to be Male), similar to the manakete in that they are half dragon. The remaining two are [[{{Kitsune}} Kinu]] Selkie]] and [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Velour]] Velouria]] (along with their adult male counterparts), fathers), each exclusive to Hoshido and Nohr (respectively) and both being available in the third path.
23rd Apr '16 3:05:52 AM GM_3826
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** Due to the fact that the cast has LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters. there are a few more. However, they're still outnumbered by the weird ones.
19th Apr '16 12:23:19 PM Morgenthaler
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* Ruby from ''TheHillsHaveEyes'', both original and remake.

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* Ruby from ''TheHillsHaveEyes'', ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes'', both original and remake.
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